Are you an Icarus or
a Wright Brother?
When I started studying the Universal Laws, I literally threw myself into them to see what it would be like to actually apply them day-to-day.
In truth, it was a test to see if they really work. Is there an absolute truth in the universe that will bring about the things that we want if we learn how to apply its laws?
The answer is a resounding yes.
If you understand the Laws, no matter what industry you’re in, you can use them to become prosperous and, even, change the course of history.
Of course, the salient question is what your understanding of the Laws can do for you.
And the answer is everything, because you’re operating under the Laws of the Universe whether you’re conscious of them or not.
You can’t manifest anything in this world without application of every one of the Laws.
That’s why they’re called the Laws of the Universe. Nothing escapes them.
Similarly, the Laws of the Universe don’t change just because you weren’t aware of them or because you had a good intention.
You’re either following the Law or you’re not following the Law. And you can tell by your results, which is the case.
So rather than flying too close to the sun in wax wings, like Icarus, I say it’s far better to work within the Laws, like the Wright Brothers, and build a vehicle that can fly, which is why, this month I’m going to be focusing on teaching you a Law that changed everything for me…The Law of Polarity.
Be on the look out…every Wednesday I’ll be going deep into this Law to help you see the gifts and opportunities that are around you right now.
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